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news poll on syria, showing americans are split on how the nation should respond. chuck todd joins us now from the white house with more on that. good evening, chuck. >> reporter: good evening, lester. it's a divided and skeptical public on the idea of using military force. we found a majority against using military action against syria. 50% being against it. but when told that the military strike would only be cruise missiles, you saw a slight change where a majority then would favor that kind of action. now, there is no ambiguity from the public when it comes to how the president, when the president should go about doing this. nearly 80% believe he should wait until congress approves whether or not to do a military strike before he goes it alone on that front. and speaking of the president, lester, his approval rating when it comes to the issue of syria is not good at all. overall it's not great. but on the issue of syria, just 35% approve of how he's handled this crisis so far,less. it just tells you he's still got a lot of explaining to do to the american public. >> chuck todd in
. to break it all down we welcome in chuck todd, nbc's chief white house correspondent and the host of "the daily rundown." an chris cillizza, msnbc political analyst with "the washington post." chuck, you know this president so well, was this calculated, or do you think he got caught up in the moment of responding to that particular question? >> oh, it's hard to say. i think this has been getting under his skin for a while. so calculated's probably not the word i would use, but i think he wanted to make sure that he drew a line, was a bit more defiant. he's been getting a lot of grief behind the scenes saying you've got to sell this law better, you've got to do this. and i heard more clarity from him than i have in a while on this. of course, the real test of all this, michael, is going to be is he start going on the road and proactively doing this rather than doing this when he's asked a question about health care but proactively going out on the road and selling this and selling implementation. he's going to have to. he's got to turn these poll numbers around, or he is going to find movi
deen than of martin luther king jr. chuck todd and andrea mitchell condemn nbc's plan to do a mini series on hillary clinton. lots going on this friday morning. we'll tell you all about it right here. to the fire. are you encouraged by what you heard the president say the other night? is this personal, or is it political? a lot of my work happens by doing the things that i'm given to doing anyway, by staying in touch with everything that is going on politically and putting my own nuance on it. in reality it's not like they actually care. this is purely about political grandstanding. i've worn lots of hats, but i've always kept this going. i've been doing politics now for a dozen years. (vo) he's been called the epic politics man. he's michael shure and his arena is the war room. >> these republicans in congress that think the world ends at the atlantic ocean border and pacific ocean border. the bloggers and the people that are sort of compiling the best of the day. i do a lot of looking at those people as well. not only does senator rubio just care about rich people, but somehow
house correspondent chuck todd starts us off with more on that. chuck. >> reporter: good evening, lester. both sides insist the cold war isn't back, but it is clear the relationship with the united states and russia is getting pretty icy. today's announcement that the president will not meet vladimir putin in moscow next month represents a new low in the combative back and forth over issues from trade to adoptions on syria and iran which has been building for two months. it was russia's refusal to extradite nsa leaker edward snowden even after appeals including a personal phone call from president obama to putin that was the last straw. the president showed frustration last night on "the tonight show". >> there have been times when they slip back into cold war thinking and a cold war mentality. what i consistently say to them and what i say to president putin is that's the past. >> reporter: mr. obama will still attend the g-20 economic summit taking place in st. petersburg, russia. he's snubbing putin in moscow. >> the relationship with russia doesn't have to get worse. it has to get be
clinton, starring actress dianne la-- die lane. nbc correspondent chuck todd says it puts the news division in a difficult position. >> this is why this mini series is a total nightmare for nbc news. we know there's this giant fireball. we know we have nothing to do with it. we know we'd love to be probably as critical or whatever is going to be if it comes out. there's nothing we can do about it and we're going to only own the negative. whether negative because clinton people are upset it's too tough on them or negative because republicans think it's this glorification -- >> firewall? what firewall? there was no firewall when i was there. i digress. fox news contributor and former political advisor to frank lawsuit enburg and form former -- frank lat enburg. and former campaign official. good to see you both. is chuck todd correct in criticizing his own television network, nothing but bad outcomes, this will only damage what some consider to be an already tarnished image at the peacock? >> i feel bad for chuck todd and everybody at nbc. he's right. everybody has to make this disti
criticized all week. reportedly there are a couple of reporters don't like it either, chuck todd and andrea mitchell. >> this is why it's a total nightmare for nbc news. we know there is this giant firewall. we know we have nothing do with it. we know we're going to be as critical, whatever it's going to be if it comes out. we're only going to own the negative. >> you've got the republican chairman, i would say, understandably miffed about these hillary clinton films. a lot of noosepeople would say including nbc people, including chuck todd and all the rest of us, a really bad idea given the timing. >> boy, if he only knew what was going on. let's talk about it. chuck todd and andrea mitchell, kind of wihiney, aren't they? >> when her husband alan greenspan headed up the economy, they still let her stay. i say nbc, cnn, go ahead and run your movies, but then again i don't think the rnc should do business with them. >> i think -- well, so earlier this week when the rnc made this announcement my initial reaction was, ooh, why, that just elevates hillary clinton, why are you come palestine pla
having to be so far out front there. >> nbc's chuck todd chimed in, says with more than three years left in president obama's second term, hillary could be getting in the way of his agenda. listen to him. >> more she talks out, the more you start seeing a gravitational pull towards hillary. this hurts the current president of the united states, her coming out early i think speeds up that lame duck process of barack obama in the democratic party. >> brian, that's perfect because if clinton starts hurting obama's agenda, then the obamas can blame the clintons. when she goes to run for office, has to inherit the mess, clintons can blame the obamas, it will never end. >> sources say there are problems between the two. i have a problem with what president obama did. she will be forced to do that. clearly his policy comes out with the 42, 47 approval rating when this is done. there was a message sent. robert, take this to "meet the press," to nbc, chuck todd, i have a source tells me the president is upset. why don't you trump that. >> i think it is instinct. kimberly, do you think it is too e
including nbc people, including chuck todd and all the rest of us, a really bad idea given the timing. >> boy, if he only knew what was going on. let's talk about it. chuck todd and andrea mitchell, kind of wihiney, aren't they? >> when her husband alan greenspan headed up the economy, they still let her stay. i say nbc, cnn, go ahead and run your movies, but then again i don't think the rnc should do business with them. >> i think -- well, so earlier this week when the rnc made this announcement my initial reaction was, ooh, why, that just elevates hillary clinton, why are you come palestine plaining? i think it's great for reince priebus. i think it decreased the number of debates anyway. after last year with cnn and nbc and the tie with nc saying, look, we're not going do as many as we did last year. the tie-in with hillary clinton seems curious to me but it's a winner. >> finally what i love, finally some transparency. this is who we are and what we want. we don't care what you think about it. this is nbc, msnbc. al lek ba alec baldwin has a show. >> we were saying nbc shouldn't b
changed his mind. the president had second thoughts about this and chuck todd is reporting this as well. after a background briefing at the white house and basically, took a walk with his chief of staff, dennis mcdonagh around 5:00 last night and began talking about going to congress. what was very persuasive for him was the eight-hour debate in parliament the day before. the fact that david cameron had taken to it parliament hxt permitted a full debate and was rejected by his own party. and the coalition of opposition leaders and his own party. clearly this president does not want the same outcome. but you have a number of things that will facilitate them coming back early. he did not call them back. primarily because we do have the jewish new year starting, rosh hashana. so they didn't want him in there early. there is talk that harry reid might want to bring back the senate early. but this won't be an easy vote. there is a joint statement objecting very strongly to the way the has proceeded, the 28 president has proceeded, saying there shouldn't be military action isolated from a lar
it all down we welcome in chuck todd, nbc's chief white house correspondent and the host of "the daily rundown." an chris cillizza, msnbc political analyst with "the washington post." chuck, you know this president so well, was this calculated, or do you think he got caught up in the moment of responding to that particular question? >> oh, it's hard to say. i think this has been getting under his skin for a while. so calculated's probably not the word i would use, but i think he wanted to make sure that he drew a line, was a bit more defiant. he's been getting a lot of grief behind the scenes saying you've got to sell this law better, you've got to do this. and i heard more clarity from him than i have in a while on this. of course, the real test of all this, michael, is going to be is he start going on the road and proactively doing this rather than doing this when he's asked a question about health care but proactively going out on the road and selling this and selling implementation. he's going to have to. he's got to turn these poll numbers around, or he is going to find moving con
, is chuck gone? chuck todd's picture. we've got pictures all down the hall of all the nbc -- >> yeah, they're gone. >> they've ripped chuck todd's down. now, stick around for peter alexander and "the daily rundown." thanks for watching. >>> hawkeyes on it is prize. sure, it may still be like something 77 days till the caucus but it feels like 2016 in iowa as republicans rev up the base with red meat rhetoric. democrats decide whether some things are inevitable. a little later today, a major announcement coming from attorney general eric holder on drug sentencing policies here in the u.s. it could have a big effect on who goes to jail and for how long. we'll have the latest on that. it is also election eve in new jersey. front-runner corey booker appears to be coasting to a seat in the u.s. senate. this morning, we're going to talk to one of his democratic opponents, state assembly speaker sheila oliver, why she thinks the newark mayor is not the right candidate for the job. >>> good morning from san jose, california, it's monday, august 12th, 2013. we go now to washington for "the daily ru
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, only a political one. let's get right to nbc chief white house correspondent chuck todd, host of the daily rundown. we're still hearing the white house say they are mulling and considering action. is your read right now the idea of military strikes is pretty much a done deal? >> it's not about if. it's about what kind i have strike is it going to be. if there is a debate that's left that's being had inside the administration, joy, it has to do with, okay, if you do this, are you going to hit them hard enough he doesn't do it again. if he does use chemical weapons again, are you prepared to hadity him again. so those are the type of questions going on at this point. but there's also the second track that you brought up. let's not forget the call the president made overnight in australia. so there is clearly an engagement going on of trying to put together a coalition of the willing to borrow a phrase that was familiar to us back in the day. of countries that without a u.n. mandate, they want another mandate somewhere else and you brought up the arab league. that is the other tr
treating the victims. he says the world is ignoring them. let's get right to chuck todd at the white house. chuck, iraq, afghanistan. is america about to get involved in syria? >> reporter: well, lester, it looks like in some form. the president seems to be leaning every on sending some sort of strike. the question is, what does that military option look like? right now that's unclear and the president's closest advisers are divided on the options that are in front of them. it is these heart-wrenching images out of syria, lifeless bodies, many of them children, allegedly victims of brutal chemical weapon attacks that accelerated the debate in washington. >> we are right now gathering information about this particular event. what we have seen indicates that this is clearly a big event of grave concern. >> reporter: just how grave becoming more clear tonight. ann curry spoke with a doctor inside syria treating some of those victims. fearing for his own life, he would not go on camera. >> died violently while sleeping and died hungry. >> doctor, after this experience, what is your message to
chief white house correspondent chuck todd joins us with the latest on that. chuck, what are you hearing? >> well, i can tell you this, lester. the white house spent almost all day trying to calm down the jitterery members of congress. the president himself called john boehner and mitch mcconnell. tonight, about 20 key members of congress are getting briefed on all aspects of the situation by the president's closest advisers, including susan rice, secretaries kerry and hague gel, secretary of national intelligence, and vice chair of the joint chiefs. what the white house hopes the briefing tonight will do will ratchet back the congressional public skepticism about the president's military plan. the white house believes the case against assad is clear-cut, and here's why. nbc has learned one of the key pieces of evidence that the u.s. has to prove assad's regime was behind the chemical attack is an intercepted communication that says assad's brother, a commander of the syrian republican guard, personally ordered the attack. that's why, lester, the president is so confident about where he
peninsula. chief white house correspondent chuck todd starts us off with more on all that. chuck? >> reporter: good evening, lester. both sides insist the cold war isn't back, but it is clear the relationship with the united states and russia is getting pretty icy. today's announcement that the president will not meet vladimir putin in moscow next month represents a new low in the combative back and forth over issues from trade to adoptions to syria and iran which has been building between the countries for months. it was russia's refusal to extradite nsa leaker edward snowden even after persistent appeals including a personal phone call from president obama to putin that was the last straw. the president showed frustration last night on "the tonight show". >> there have been times when they slip back into cold war thinking and a cold war mentality. what i consistently say to them and what i say to president putin is that's the past. >> reporter: mr. obama will still attend the g-20 economic summit taking place in st. petersburg, russia. he's snubbing putin in moscow. >> the rela
trust and required a much more rapid response. nbc's chuck todd asked the question that was on everyone's mind. he joins us now from the white house. chuck? >> reporter: good evening, lester. well is it a victory for edward snowden? that's going to depend on the aye of the beholder. but clearly the president admitted his hand was forced when he announced a series of reforms for the controversial nsa surveillance programs. trying to mitigate the damage done to him politically by nsa leaker edward snowden, the president announced new steps to try to restore public confidence in the controversial nsa surveillance program. the president refused, though, to give any credit today to snowden. >> is your mindset changed about him? is he now more whistle-blower than he is a hacker? is he a patriot? >> no, i don't think mr. snowden was a patriot. as i said in my opening remarks, i called for a thorough review of our surveillance operations before mr. snowden made these leaks. i actually think we would have gotten to the same place. and we would have done so without putting at risk our national se
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to chuck todd. is america about to get involved in syria? >> reporter: looks like in some form we may do just that. the president seems to be on the verge of ordering some sort of military response in syria. the question is, what does that military operation look ke? right now the president's closest advisers are divided on the options that are in front of them. it is these heart-wrenching images of out sere ysyria, victims of brutal chemical weapon attack that accelerated the debate in washington. >> we are gathering information on this event. what we have seen indicates this is a big event. of grave concern. >> reporter: just how grave becoming more clear tonight. in an exclusive interview, ann curry spoke to a doctor inside of syria treating some of those victims. >> died violently while sleeping and died hungry. >> doctor, after this experience, what is your message to the outside world. >> chemical weapons is a shame on the face of humanity. i can't imagine that the international community cannot do anything except meeting and promising. is in the truth? is this real? >> reporter: t
," nbc news political director chuck todd joins us. >> he's going to take actually his shirt off. >> and wink. >> and wrestle the chairman of the rnc. >> actually -- >> wow. >> we'll be talking to reince priebus. also the so-called opt out -- the so-called opt out generation, ten years ago, "the new york times" profiled women who left the work force to raise families. just as they were hitting their professional stride. now the times revisits those women. many of whom want back in. the author of the original article and one of the woman profiled join us this morning. up next, the top stories in the politico playbook. first, bill karins with a check on the forecast. >> he should opt out. >> donny, you look good. >> by the way, the shirt is coming off in the 8:00 hour. >> great. >> 8:00 hour. >> that is a -- >> we'll do a countdown clock on that. >> a good tease. >> good tv. >> yeah. >> willie will make sure he's gone by then. >> long gone. >> good morning, everyone. shirt or no shirt, the people are getting drenched this morning once again in the areas that don't need it. yesterda
joe" but right now time for chuck todd. chuck, take it away. >>> a half century of hope. 50 years after dr. king delivered his i have a dream speech, washington and the world will reflect on the work still to be done. meantime, the u.s. and the world allies let syria know that chemical attacks will not be tolerated. we'll get the latest on what kind of military strike could punish assad without somehow swaying the country's civil war. those realities weigh heavily on president obama today when he marks the dream anniversary, honoring the legacy of nonviolence on the eve of an expected u.s.-led military strike. good morning from washington. it's wednesday, august 28th, 2013. this "the daily rundown," i'm chuck todd. let's get right to the first reads of the morning. today is the 50th anniversary of the march on washington. of course dr. martin luther king jr.'s i have a dream speech before a crowd of a quarter million people in washington and millions more on television watched on that 1963 day. his remarks galvanized the civil rights movement. president obama called it one of the
todd. chuck, i'm expecting to see you at that briefing with the most awesome hard hitting questions of them all as usual. >> thank you for raising the bar there. >> be sure to catch chuck weekdays at 9:00 a.m. eastern on a show called "the daily rundown." we'll cover the president's press conference today at 3:00 p.m. after the break, rand paul versus chris christie. rand paul versus ted cruz and rand paul versus mitch mcconn l mcconnell. we'll look at what stands between the paul dynasty and 2016 next on "now." . this is the one i was telling you about. the new samsung galaxy s 4. it's got a front and back camera so you can take pictures at the same time. seriously! yeah - and it's on verizon's network. sweet! we can stay in touch when we go to school next year. that's so great! get the samsung galaxy s 4 for only $148 on verizon - america's largest 4g lte network. walmart. i don't do any cleaning. i make dirt. ♪ i'm not big enough or strong enough for this. there should be some way to make it easier. [ doorbell rings ] [ morty ] here's a box, babe. open it up. oh my goodness! w
to show this. he wanted to ruin her day. >> because we're a minute and a half past and chuck todd is the most patient guy of all time. >> sophie, great job! >> sophie, great job. >> good picture! >> while we're at it, look at the picture. >> that's my cat emma. >> if it's way too early, it's "morning joe." stick around for the always patient chuck todd and "the daily rundown" where we learn more about politics in an hour than you'll learn here in three hours. we shall return. have a great weekend! >>> epic overrun there, mr. scarborough. anyway. summer bummer. july's job report delivers an underwhelming 162,000 new jobs. about 20,000 below expectations. unemployment rate did drop to 7.4%. but that's because fewer people are looking for work. we'll break down the numbers in just a few minutes. this news companiy comes as cos set to jet out town. what do they have to brag about to folks ba s back home? meantime, overseas, the state department says many embassies in the middle east and south africa will be closed on sunday because of unspecified threats. happy friday. good morning f
this our own chuck todd sat down with some of these sports greats, the legends, former negro league and major league players at the white house monday and got their take. >> you would not know -- bonds, clemmons -- >> i would not either. >> i would not expect nobody. >> they made their money, they got their fame at the time but -- >> and when actually he's just cheating. you didn't perform as an athlete. you performed under the influences of something. okay? and that's what -- you don't have the natural ability and so why should you be aside guys lie babe ruth? >> chuck todd is political director and host of "the daily rundown." wow. that was pretty cool. >> they were invited there. this is the second event over the last couple weeks, the president has met with some pioneers where african-american pioneers in sports. met with a famous college basketball team that helped a white university of mississippi team play their first game against african-americans. this of course meeting with some living negro leaguers, the most famous of which is miniminoso. he played in the majors, ron tin
type of military action inside syria. >> nbc's ayman mohyeldin, thank you. >>> chuck todd, host of "the daily rundown" chuck, given the international breaks and these letters, what's the mood on capitol hill to whether they're talking about just consultation, or are they saying they want to take a vote? >> i think you're seeing more and more that want to take a vote, bipartisan senators, saying, you know, what's the hurry? why now? why not wait a couple weeks until congress is back? what is the justification? what's the rationale for doing it now? the white house realizes, you know, this week, the first 48 hours of this week had a white house and obama administration focused on the international politics, building a coalition, trying to get -- at the time they wanted the arab league to do something proactive. and while they condemned assad, they come out for a military strike. we've seen what's going on across the pond, but the last 24 thundershowers and next appear to be devoted, have a white house focused on the political issues that are hitting them. the president personally has call
's a problem. both news organizations at nbc and cnn, chuck todd for instance, we got nothing to do with this. cnn's news division, we got nothing to do with this. cit still, a conflict of interest. where i have a problem is diane lane playing hillary clinton. i think sharon stone would have been a better choice for hillary clinton. i know you think i'm crazy. i think they look a little bit alike at this point in their careers. >> jim, what about it? >> that was a mouthful, huh? >> i can't sit still with that sharon stone thing. look, nbc news might or might not have nothing to do with this whole thing. cooperation kind of thing. but comcast which owns nbc does. the executive vice president of comcast raised $1 million for the obama re-election campaign. i imagine he's a big donor. this reminds me of the movie pt 109 released in 1963 where president kennedy hand picked cliff robertson to play him in the movie. >> sharon stone wasn't in that. >> ellen, any problems with that, with these media companies? >> first, it's interesting because larry o'connor pointed out that cnn doesn't have anythin
two weeks before 2016 election, that is problem. both news organizations of nbc and cnn, chuck todd says we got nothing to do with this. that does bring forth a conflict of interest. where i have a problem is diane wayne playing hillary clinton. i don't know they are bases and stern may be a better choice. [ laughter ] >> basic instincts. nbc news or might or might not have anything to do with the cooperation here. comcast which owns nbc does and executive vice president david cohen raised $1.4 million for the obama reelection campaign. this remind me of the movie pt-109 where president john f. kennedy hand picked cliff robertson to play him in the movie. sharon stone wasn't in that by the way. [ laughter ] >> jon: any problem with these media companies? >> it's interesting because economists from breitbart pointed out that cnn doesn't have anything but a news division. why is cnn doing this? >> jon: they have cnn films. >> but are they goin it on their network. that gets iffy. >> jon: i read it's to be released in theaters. >> really? that is princess di and put hillary on the cove
their plans. nbc news correspondent chuck todd argued it would damage the perception of the news division. >> this is why the mini series is a total nightmare. people see the peacock and think they can't be that separate. >> reporter: in a column titled reince is right wrote fills can dramatically alter the way people are viewed. 2016 white house hopeful rand paul says the concerns remain justified. >> the question is are you going to get a fair shake. i think is a reasonable question for republicans to ask. >> reporter: national political parties have had no control over presidential primary debates. the media sets the terms and lets the candidates decide if it is in their political best interest to take part or stay on the sidelines. >> thanks. >>> let's bring in the chairman of the republican national committee, reince priebus. he joins us from wisconsin. thanks for being here. >> happy to be on. >> reporter: what do you think is getting accomplished here? do you think you are having success? >> i think first of all we are showing at least some of the folks in the media that we are not
. chuck todd, we're really sorry. we'll see you tomorrow. the dogs live, though. you saved the dog's live. there is a rescue cat in hoboken, we really need to get to 5,000 by the end of the day. we'll talk to you tomorrow. >>> an epic 55 seconds. egypt arrest the muslim brotherhood spiritual leader, a move that could shake up the situation, the ousted president in jail and predecessor may be set free. ted cruz tries to lead republicans in a deflating drive. his canadian connection takes center stage. he's ready to renounce it. more boxing day for him. >>> overnight vice president joe biden's son beau in a houston hospital after disorientation and weakness. the latest on this troubling news this morning. good morning from washington, tuesday august 20th, 2013. this is "the daily rundown." i'm chuck todd. lets get to the first read. we start overseas. former egyptian president hosni mubarak could actually be free in a few days. egyptian security forces arrested the spiritual leader of the muslim brotherhood, mohammed badie and his deputy, who was already in custody, will go on trial later t
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